Fort Walton Beach, Florida (PRWEB) August 8, 2007
Sue Ellen Dickinson knows firsthand what itÂs like to experience what she calls Âa miracleÂ. Having reversed the devastating symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis, she is now on a personal mission to share what sheÂs discovered with others.
Dickinson is pleased to announce that her website, http://www.NoMoreMS.com has attracted more than 3,500 opt-in subscribers, and boasts record sales of her book since going online in February. These subscribers receive her free newsletter, and have downloaded a free report, ÂSix Things Your Doctor WonÂt Tell You About Multiple Sclerosis and How They Can Change Your Life ForeverÂ
Having been diagnosed with the secondary progressive stage of MS, and suffered crippling disability, Dickinson says, Âthere was no hope left. My doctor sent me home to die.Â ÂGet your affairs in orderÂ, he said, Âbecause you donÂt have that much longer left to live. ThereÂs nothing more I can do for youÂ.
But her determination to live wouldnÂt let her accept that as a final diagnosis. Â I refused to give up. I knew there had to be another way to beat this thing.Â Days later she learned about Jon Barron, world renowned alternative healing expert who formulated the Baseline of Health program.
ÂI knew I had nothing else left to loose, so I did exactly what Jon Barron instructed, and followed the entire Baseline of Health program, beginning with detoxification of the whole body, followed by lifestyle changes in diet and a nutritional regime.
Knowing there is no cure for Multiple Sclerosis, but believing itsÂ symptoms can be reversed, it took several weeks to see signs of improvement using the Baseline of Health. ÂEventually, the baby steps in progress I made over time has led to what I know is a full recovery. I have successfully reversed the devastating symptoms of this horrific disease, and today lead a normal life, thanks to Jon BarronsÂ formulas. I have my life back and I want to make this information available to others who want it.Â
DickinsonsÂ book, No More MS, My Journey Back To Life documents her personal story, and how she accomplished her goal by reversing this debilitating and oftentimes fatal disease.
To find out more, visit Sue Ellen DickinsonsÂ website at http://www.NoMoreMS.com
Sue Ellen Dickinson
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